Smear YouTube Videos Made By Professionals Associated With Obama’s Campaign?

by Melissa Clouthier | September 22, 2008 9:39 am

Rusty Shackleford[1] makes a good case that that’s exactly what has happened:

Extensive research was conducted by the Jawa Report to determine the source of smears directed toward Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin. Those smears included false allegations that she belonged to a secessionist political party and that she has radical anti-American views.

Our research suggests that a subdivision of one of the largest public relations firms in the world most likely started and promulgated rumors about Sarah Palin that were known to be false. These rumors were spread in a surreptitious manner to avoid exposure.

It is also likely that the PR firm was paid by outside sources to run the smear campaign. While not conclusive, evidence suggests a link to the Barack Obama campaign. Namely:

Read the whole thing. Who knew that Andrew Sullivan is just an extension of a Leftist PR firm?

It seems to me that the Obama campaign works this way: shower the media and political “enemies” machine gun style. People will be so overwhelmed with misinformation that they cannot keep up. Never mind, that in the process, he destroys innocent families in his wake. For Obama to feign victimization is rich. He is turning out to be the most victimizing politician to roll through an American election. No wonder Bill Clinton and Barack Obama hate one another, they’ve met their tactical matches.

Whatever they accuse you of…that’s what they’re up to.

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